Ross Taylor dismissed Ebadot Hossain on Day 3 of the second Test to draw curtains on his 15-year long Test career on Tuesday. New Zealand beat Bangladesh by an innings and 117 runs. Bangladesh had won the first Test.
Trent Boult's 5/43 helped New Zealand bowl out Bangladesh for 126 in the first innings in reply to the home side's mammoth 521/6 decl in the second Test at the Hagley Oval. NZ's Tom Latham scored a double ton.
Trailing 1-0 in the two-Test series against Bangladesh, New Zealand are in a commanding position in the second Test at Christchurch. Get here Day 2 highlights of NZ vs BAN.
Tom Latham lost the toss for the sixth time while standing in as captain for Kane Williamson and had to bat on a disconcertingly green pitch at Hagley Oval. By stumps, he was 186 not out and New Zealand were 349-1.
Check match and telecast details of second New Zealand vs Bangladesh Test match. The NZ vs BAN clash at Hagley Oval in Christchurch will be Ross Taylor's final Test match.
Bangladesh's eight-wicket win at the Bay Oval ended New Zealand's 17-match unbeaten streak at home in Tests. It was also Bangladesh's sixth Test win away from home. The second and final Test starts on January 9.
Bangladesh pacer Ebadot Hossain's 6/46 consigned World Test champions New Zealand to a humiliating eight-wicket defeat. Get here Day 5 highlights of the first Test between NZ vs BAN at Bay Oval.
Get here Day 4 highlights of the first Test between NZ vs BAN at Bay Oval. Bangladesh are well on course for an emphatic victory having taken five New Zealand wickets in the second innings. New Zealand lead by 17 runs.
Get here Day 3 highlights of the first Test between NZ vs BAN at Bay Oval. Bangladesh are in the driver's seat with a lead of 73 runs against New Zealand.
Get Day 1 highlights of the first Test between NZ vs BAN at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui. New Zealand lost their previous series in India 1-0.
New Zealand will take on Bangladesh in a two-match Test series, which starts at Bay Oval on New Year's Day. The second match will be played at the Hagley Oval from January 9.
In reply to India's 321 in the first innings, Mohammed Siraj and Ravichandran Ashwin combined for seven wickets to bowl the visitors out in 28.5 overs. New Zealand eventually lost the Test match by 372 runs and the series too.
Ravichandran Ashwin claimed three wickets as India inched closer to a big win against New Zealand in the second Test. At the close of play on Day 3, the Kiwis were 140/5, still needing 400 runs. India declared their second innings at 276/7.
India reached 221/4 against New Zealand at the end of curtailed opening day's play in the second Test. At stumps, Mayank Agarwal and Wriddhiman Saha were batting on 120 and 25 respectively.
In reply to India's 345, New Zealand were bowled out for 296 runs, thanks to Axar Patel's fifth fifer in seven innings. India finish the day at 14/1, leading by 63 runs.
New Zealand openers Will Young and Tom Latham were unbeaten on 75 and 50 runs respectively as the visitors made a strong reply to India's 345 all on Day 2 of the first Test in Kanpur.
Just hours before the start of the first ODI at Rawalpindi on Friday, New Zealand called off the Pakistan tour, citing security concerns.
Led by Tom Latham, New Zealand will play three ODIs in Rawalpindi and five T20 internationals in Lahore against Pakistan
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